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NBC
Jul 2, 2012 5:30pm PDT
. only 92. but excessive heat warnings are up across the midwest as the twin cities soared to a record high this afternoon of 98. it's going to be another blistering day in chicago. their 20th 90-degree day this season already two more than an average summer. for the 4th the hottest weather outside of the deserts will be in the middle of the country, not record setting, but all above average temperatures in some cases 10 degrees above average. on the 4th there will be thunderstorms in the northeast from boston to d.c. to atlanta. in washington's case, natalie, maybe the only way to stay cool on the 4th without power without air conditioning is to head outside and stand in the rain. >> all right. mike seidel, you at least try to stay cool there in washington, d.c. thank you. >>> further west, the job of fighting fires has taken a deadly turn as a c-130 air tanker from the north carolina air national guard crashed in south dakota sunday with a crew of six. this latest tragedy adding to the toll as wildfires continued to burn in ten states. nbc's miguel almaguer went into the fire zone to
NBC
Jul 26, 2012 5:30pm PDT
are dying. >> this is going to be at least a 50% loss, maybe more. >> reporter: his twin sons are facing the same losses -- a family suffering through a drought that's deepening. in the last week, the regions of the country in extreme to exceptional drought conditions has jumped from just 13.5% to more than 20%, an area slightly larger than california and new york combined. >> in the next ten days if we don't get major rain here they're bordering on disaster, complete disaster. >> reporter: but the drought's impact goes beyond the field. lisa mcdaniels worries about the mounting stress on her husband and sons. >> i know what david and i have been through but i just don't want that on them at all. >> reporter: there's also worry in town at the chevy dealership. >> truck sales are about 50% of our business and i would say right now the way things are going we're probably looking at a 20% decrease in sales. >> reporter: at a local farm supply tractor sales are anticipated to drop 30% to 40%. just ten miles up the road from here at the old town hall gift shop they're taking a hit as well. ch
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